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At 18 he took the year-long Foundation Course at what was then known as The Jacob Kramer College of Art in Leeds.
After a two-year gap labouring on London building sites he started the BA course at Goldsmiths College.
As he gets closer to our chairs he flares his elbow out and pops Cat right in the back of the head. He took it as if some guy had just elbowed his wife in the head, like any man would. They were both pretty worked up about it, but I shook [Caraway's] hand afterwards and there were no hard feelings on our end.
The first thing on my mind was, 'that guy just elbowed her in the head! Cat, being who she is, gets up and starts pacing back and forth.
In addition to being called a derogatory term by UFC lightweight Nate Diaz, Caraway is now alleged to have elbowed top female contender Cat Zingano in the back of the head just prior to her fight with Miesha Tate.I saw [Caraway] all week, I smiled and was respectful.I get Miesha and not being bff's fight week, I'm not fighting her to make friends.To justify this workshop practice he raises the ghost of Rubens — but not even the most wretched apprentice in 17th-century Antwerp was still producing in 1635 precisely what Rubens had painted in 1610; nor would Rubens have charged so much for a painting not even touched by his hand - he charged according to a tariff that recognised the difference in value between work executed entirely by himself, by himself and assistants, by assistants with an improving touch or two by the great man, and entirely by assistants of varying levels of competence.Hirst charges as though everything is entirely by himself; this is only justified if we are fools enough to accept that the concept is the quintessential work of art and it is of no consequence who gives it physical embodiment; but from this it is possible to argue that in our postmodern art world we have every right to paint our spots ourselves — with a little practice they will be neither better nor worse than those marketed by Hirst, neither more nor less his autograph work.